This round-up will keep you across Manchester United Women’s transfer business in the 2023 summer window.

The Reds are set to enter the new term off the back of a historic previous campaign, in which Marc Skinner’s side recorded a club-best second-place finish in the Women’s Super League and reached the Vitality Women’s FA Cup final.

Having secured a top-three spot in the WSL, United will compete in the UEFA Women’s Champions League for the first time in the forthcoming season, and reinforcements have been added to the squad prior to that.

Wales international Gemma Evans joined the Reds in July following the expiration of her contract with Reading, while former Barcelona forward Geyse Da Silva Ferreira and young midfielder Emma Watson completed permanent moves here in August. Hinata Miyazawa , the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Golden Boot winner, made Manchester her new home in September, transferring from Japanese side Mynavi Sendai.

Former Aston Villa defender Evie Rabjohn is now formally registered as a United player, after the announcement that she had agreed to join the club back in May.

The Reds were equally as busy on transfer deadline day, with Spanish World Cup winner Irene Guerrero first through the door, arriving from Atletico Madrid.

Defender Gabby George then sealed a return to Manchester following her time with Everton, while goalkeeper Phallon Tullis-Joyce made the switch to M16 from NWSL club OL Reign.

Finally, forward Melvine Malard joined the Reds from Lyon on a loan deal.

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